"Peaches" is the nickname given to a black or biracial female whose torso found in Hempstead Lake State Park in 1997. She is known for her tattoo of a peach which earned her the nickname. Her case could be related to that of "Cherries" from 2007.
Additional remains belonging to the victim were found in 2011. An unidentified toddler located near the vicinity of the secondary discovery site was determined to be the victim’s child.
In December 2016 it was confirmed that her case is connected to the Long Island Serial Killer, and "Peaches" was the mother of an unidentified toddler whose skeletal remains were found near to Cedar Beach in 2011.
It has been suggested that this victim and her child may have been connected to the killer in a personal nature, unlike the others, who were presumably selected based on their status as escorts or as those involved in prostitution.
- Her case appeared on America's Most Wanted.
- The case was discussed on the miniseries The Killing Season, which focused on the Long Island Serial Killer.